bksb and eTracker produce outstanding data integration for education providers

08 October 2013

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eTracker™ is a highly innovative web-based ILP-designed for learners and teachers – which provides a one-stop shop for the tracking, monitoring and analysis of student performance against the personal targets agreed with their teachers. eTracker™ also tracks the results of the bksb initial and diagnostic assessments and progress through the learning resources, bringing significant benefits to learners, teachers and the organisation as a whole.

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Book your place on ‘The Skills Conference 2014’

07 October 2013

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We are pleased to announce that ‘The Skills Conference 2014’ will be taking place on 4th March 2014. Please save the date in your diaries! To find out more information about ‘The Skills Conference 2014’ or to book your place as either a delegate or an exhibitor at the conference, please click here.

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Pupils who do not achieve good GCSEs in English and maths must continue to study the subjects in post-16 education

03 October 2013

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The Department for Education have announced that all pupils who fail to achieve a good pass – C or better – in English or maths GCSE by the time they finish secondary school must continue to study the subjects in post-16 education until they get these qualifications. From 2015, this will impact all young people up to the age of 18, as a raised ‘participation age’ means they must remain in some form of education or training.

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A recent OECD study shows that there are 8.5 million adults in England and Northern Ireland with the numeracy level of 10-year-old

01 October 2013

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A major study by the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) shows how England’s 16 to 24-year-olds are falling behind their Asian and European counterparts.

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